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Straight Line Graphs y = mx + c
Author:
RChipchase
Topic:
Function Graph
Straight Line Graphs y = mx + c
What is m? If you change m, what effect does this have on the line?
What is c? If you change c, what effect does this have on the line?
Can m or c be negative? What effect does this have if either/both are negative?
Give me an example of 2 functions that are parallel to each other. How do you know they are parallel?
Give me an example of 2 functions that will pass through the same point. How do you know they pass through the same point?
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